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Poems About: MENTOR

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  • 25.
    'THE MENTOR OF PEACE' {Article I Paragraph(s) 3,4 and 5}

    It is so destined, that such a 'Mentor' should and must be willing to make available to less fortunate, peaceful, sibling lands, all the knowledge and assistance that may pertain to freedom, that they themselves have acquired. And that peace is understood to be the resulting gift left over from any fight for freedom.
    Through the grace of God, the willingness of men and countless souls lost, did a first nation obtain it's own wish to be unencumbered by the tyranny of another. And as this first nation
    appears to be free through out the world, there will come others that wish to rest upon this lofty mantle. Others less fortunate, without the resources or assistance needed to fully understand the prospects and accomplishments of peace.
    The hopes and dreams of any sibling land must not be dashed through the reservations of an unmindful benefactor. read more »

    Thomas Adams
  • 26.
    I am who I am

    I am who I am

    The future
    Knows not read more »

    Nassy Fesharaki
  • 27.
    Michael....How are you?

    If Michael was a mentor and a friend
    you'd think I should have known when he had died.
    A year or so has skipped by since his end.
    A year in which I've been pre-occupied read more »

    Dan Reynolds
  • 28.
    You Cleaned Mine Eyes

    Without a second word
    Just as i never imagined
    My heart falls.
    But Like a stone throne into the sea read more »

    Jackson Nyoho
  • 29.
    Haranji Yakubu

    H onest in wording like bird of jove
    in hospitality is cloud
    A nd gorgeous steps makes advices right read more »

    Ibrahim Lawal Soro
  • 30.
    Sonnet Tribute: Lance Miano

    Muse the Bobbie, Learned and Scrolling Mentor
    For screening this Curtain to show our Task
    Basic Words you exhume; Trust, a favour
    Later allow us with some Sticks to bask read more »

    Xavier Paolo Josh Ledesma Mandreza
  • 31.
    Pleasures and pains

    It's time to remember the past,
    And consider the days lost,
    In endeavors turned futile,
    And take heart from these lessons, read more »

    Kiranjit Singh Bajaj
  • 32.

    A great arena of induced fake profound
    Where warriors plucked their stoned swords
    From the graveyard of the blurred fortress
    Monuments hanging on forsaken gates read more »

    Min Sia
  • 33.
    A death fanatic

    Below the dark skies
    In the unforgiving twilight winter
    Outside the house that sighs
    The moonlight feebly showed a mentor read more »

    vittal vandavasu
  • 34.
    My Dear Sister Mary

    It has been a few years since her I did see
    Yet none quite so kind or as lovely as she
    A grandmother to John Gregory son of Melissa and her son John
    The years ticking by but she keeps keeping on. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 35.
    Lest We Forget

    Lest we forget
    Our family
    Mentors that changed our lives read more »

    Ben Huff
  • 36.
    When I look at the empty chair

    When I look
    At the empty chair
    I feel nostalgic
    My mentor, my teacher read more »

    Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar
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